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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- November 6, 2015

Photograph by Shirley Rabb

Publisher for this issue is Kay McCarte

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Milano Birthday party
by Shirley Rabb
... And it was 20 years

History comes alive
by Shirley Rabb
...and the senior center is transported

Saugus Iron Works
by Debbi Collar
behind the scenes of historic preservation at Saugus Iron Works and the 17th century way of life

by Debbi Collar
as promised from last month's Tea Time, equal time for coffee.

by Betty Rossi
... Jonathan is going to be a clown

Morning of a spooky day
by Shirley Rabb
... welcome to the mystery of the morning

Avalon's Halloween
by Florence Shea
... Rrraaarr!!

The rotifer
by Ed Boyd
... an amazing story

I remember Shadow
by Louise Fennell
... Shadow was a mutt but she went to school through the 6th grade

The phantoms of the Override
by Joe Sullivan
... Override Forum format provided no opportunity for an exchange of views on this important issue.

Some other funnybone ticklers
by Betty Rossi
... two old Jewish men are sitting

Here's another rib-tickler
from Florence Shea
... the elevator

Did you know?
by Florence Shea
... your head, earmuffs, Samuel Gregory

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